Embolisms: A serious disease with potentially devastating consequences for an individual’s health. This condition occurs when a blood clot breaks off and moves through the circulatory system until it blocks a blood vessel in the brain, lungs or other vital organs.
Embolisms according to Biodescodification – Emotional Conflicts
According to Biodecoding – Emotional Conflicts, anxiety and stress are factors that can increase the risk of developing an embolism as they can affect the circulatory system. Negative emotions such as anger, fear and sadness can also affect blood flow, increasing the risk of developing a clot.
Embolisms are linked to a feeling of emotional blockage and a strong sense of guilt. Individuals who experience an embolism often have difficulty expressing their emotions and tend to suppress their feelings. Stress and anxiety can also be contributing factors to the development of embolisms.
Some individuals may have a genetic predisposition to developing blood clots which increases their risk of developing an embolism. Even in individuals without this predisposition emotional stress can trigger the formation of a clot.
How love and joy affect the physical and mental health of the human body
The brain can be considered the central processing unit of the human body, while blood is a fundamental element for its proper functioning.
Veins and arteries are responsible for transporting blood throughout the body, bringing with them a sense of well-being and joy. All of this happens thanks to the power of love, which acts as the engine of our organism. It’s difficult to work and perform adequately without feeling this sense of love and joy within us.
Negative thinking can obstruct the blood flow to the brain, limiting the ability to feel love and joy freely and naturally.
Laughter, like love and jubilation, is a feeling that flows naturally. Life isn’t meant to be sad and gloomy unless we decide so. We can find joy even in the most difficult circumstances, or we can magnify a small annoyance and turn it into a big disaster. It all depends on our attitude.
Sometimes, we try to force our lives in a direction that’s not right for us. We impose “attacks” on ourselves to force us to take a different direction and reevaluate our way of life. The stiffness in the body can reflect a rigid mind.
The relationship between mental rigidity and complications of embolisms: how mental flexibility can improve health
Fear makes us cling to old ways of thinking and makes it difficult for us to be flexible. If we believe there is only one way to do something, we are likely to become inflexible. However, there is always another way to do things.
Mental rigidity and lack of flexibility can influence the complications of embolisms.
People who are inflexible in their thinking and behavior may have difficulty adapting to new or unexpected situations which can increase their stress and anxiety and, in turn, contribute to the onset of an embolism.
By looking at where in the body we experience rigidity we can identify which mental pattern we are becoming inflexible and rigid in. By identifying it, we can work on changing that attitude and becoming more flexible in our way of thinking.
When an embolism occurs suddenly the person who suffers it may have experienced an intense emotion similar to an emotional blow.
This type of situation can seem like a matter of life or death and the person may feel a great burden of guilt for something they did or didn’t do even to the point of wishing for death.
How to address psychological factors to prevent complications from embolisms
This emotional blockage can be an urgent message for the person to stop feeling excessively guilty.
It is important to recognize that no one has control over another person’s life or death, nor is responsible for the decisions of others. The person affected by the embolism must accept that they did everything they could and do not deserve to punish themselves so severely.
To prevent complications from embolisms, it is crucial to address these psychological factors.
This may involve working with a therapist to address emotional blockages and learn to express emotions in a healthy way. Learn to effectively manage stress and anxiety and develop mental flexibility.
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